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Butterfly Boucher ( ) is an Australian singer/songwriter.

Boucher, born June 2, 1979, is the middle child of seven daughters. The name "Butterfly" was a suggestion from a friend of the family. In later years, Butterfly's sister Becca Boucher had a band, The Mercy Bell, in which Butterfly played bass guitar. Her debut album, Flutterby, was released in 2003. Boucher toured the United Statesmarker and Europe, opening for Barenaked Ladies, and later for Sarah McLachlan on her Afterglow arena tour.

Boucher released her first single of the album, "I Can't Make Me," in the UK first and later released "Another White Dash."

A second album, Scary Fragile, was released on June 2, 2009. The single "A Bitter Song" from the album, first featured on an episode of the television series Grey's Anatomy, was released as an iTunes download on February 27.

Boucher currently resides in the United States in Nashville, Tennesseemarker.




Works featuring Butterfly Boucher

Butterfly Boucher recorded music for a couple of projects in 2004. The soundtrack for the film Shrek 2, released in May, featured a duet by Boucher and David Bowie of Bowie's song "Changes". Boucher also performed the song "I'm Different", written by Gerry Holmes, on the second For the Kids album, For the Kids Too!, released October 19.

Boucher's own songs have also been featured on various television programs. From Flutterby, "Never Leave Your Heart Alone" was used in the third-to-last episode of British teen program As If.[102057] Short-lived ABC series "The Days" used "Life is Short" as its opening theme.[102058]

Fantasy television series Charmed also featured songs from Flutterby. "Life is Short" was used in the episode "Spin City", and the episode Show Ghouls features a version of Flutterby song "I Can't Make Me" remixed by Chris Lord-Alge, which is later included in soundtrack album Charmed: The Book of Shadows.

Hit television series Grey's Anatomy later featured both "Never Leave Your Heart Alone" and "Life is Short" in its first season in 2005, and debuted "A Bitter Song" from the yet-unreleased album Scary Fragile in the third season episode "Drowning On Dry Land" in 2007.

Boucher sings harmony on the song "Not Enough Night," by David Poe.

"Life Is Short" was also featured in an episode of the short-lived series Wonderfalls.

She also played the drums on Mat Kearney's song 'Breathe In, Breathe Out', which is the current Grey's Anatomy song.

She also co-wrote several songs and appears on Dawson Wells debut album "Re: Re: No Subject", for which she played several instruments, including drums, guitar, piano and other keyboards, tamborine and bass. She provided lead and backup vocals on most of the songs, including a duet with Dawson called "Gracey and Henry Martin's First Summer". Compositions she penned with Wells on that album are "Say Anything", "Silly One", "Being In Love". An accomplished arranger and producer, Boucher co-produced this album with Dawson Wells.

She does harmony vocals on the songs "Human Nature" and "One Plus One" on David Mead's album "Indiana".

She also appears in a duet with K.S. Rhodes on YouTube, performing his song "Dead Language" on a video for Flipside Highway.

Her music was recently featured on "Channel 1 News" a national school news broadcast.

An American TV commercial for Endless.Com used "For the Love of Love" as its music track in late 2009.


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